After a four-year hiatus, the esteemed MONIN Cup is back and entries are now open!

This summer, the flavour expert, MONIN, is calling for the rising stars of the bartending and mixology world to showcase their cocktail making prowess as it opens entries for the coveted MONIN Cup. 

 Open to those aged between 18 and 27, the MONIN Cup gives up-and-coming talent the opportunity to compete against the UK’s best in class. Before the UK champion heads to France for the international final and the chance to be crowned the coveted 2022 MONIN Cup winner. 

 As togetherness is back on the agenda once again, the MONIN Cup is reflecting this consumer move to spend time together by hero-ing the theme, ‘Sharing Memorable Moments’. 

 Lee Hyde, Senior Beverage Expert at MONIN, says “After almost two years of forced separation, creating moments of togetherness is more important than ever. 

 “So, this year we are challenging contestants to channel their creativity and skill through style, emotion and theatre to deliver a cocktail experience that can be enjoyed and even felt through a shared experience. 

 “We’re hoping that entrants will use their creativity to develop a drink that has something unique to offer and that will live on in the audience and judges’ thoughts, well beyond the end of the competition”. 

 The competition will kick off with two regional heats, the first in Manchester on 26th July 2022 followed by London on 9thAugust, culminating in the UK final on the 6th September. 

 The winner of the UK final will bag themselves an all-expenses paid trip to the Berlin Bar Convent in October 2022, including flights and a stay at a 4* hotel.

 The winner of the international final will receive a global prize.

 So, if you want to flex your cocktail making muscles and are aged between 18 and 27 enter HERE today or to find out more visit  

 Entries close on 17th July 2022. 

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